Green St Hammers: David Silva had that incredible goal in the Premier League Asia Trophy, but Aguero and Sterling have me most concerned, specifically Sterling. Your squad is too deep and too talented not to.
As expected, we aren't going to get Man City at much of a back-able price in the near future.
"So that they've managed to keep him and [Issa] Diop the centre half is really good".
The hosts are a whopping [13.5] on the Exchange, and again, the best odds on offer elsewhere are at least half a point shorter.
Odds correct at the time of writing.
Leyton Orient's Josh Wright celebrates scoring his side's first goal during the League Two match against Cheltenham Town at Brisbane Road (pic: Chris Radburn/PA Images).
"I think this will be the owners' answer to a lot of the criticism they had over the last few years".
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A lay of City on the Exchange was my initial thought when I started looking at this game, but the more I look at it, the more I expect them to win.
West Ham are braced for a hard encounter at home to Premier League champions Manchester City on Saturday, but Hammers reporter Dave Evans remains confident they can enjoy more success in the division this season.
Obviously I won't be tipping a [1.27] single though, so I will move on to the next major market. Leroy Sane is definitely out after picking up an injury in the Community Shield. I would happily take a draw right now for the Hammers.
'We lost three strikers from last year's squad, so Ajeti is a good striker to compete with Javier Hernandez, Michail Antonio and Haller for that position, ' Pellegrini said ahead of tomorrow's Premier League opener at home to champions Manchester City. It is a great tool to have in your betting armoury, and can on be done on the Exchange.
He is confident those injury issues are behind him after proving to be one of the stand-out players during City's pre-season tour. And De Bruyne challenged City to maintain the relentless consistency that carried them to last season's title with 14 successive league wins.
And speaking in the build up to West Ham v Man City, live on BT Sport 1 from 12pm on Saturday, Ferdinand believes there are two reasons why he's stayed put.